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First ‘Pokémon Go’ update blocks full access to your Google account data

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A day after it was discovered the hit game Pokémon Go was requesting full access permission to a user’s Google account data, developer Niantic has released a software update that resolves the security scare.

Although Niantic confirmed to Mashable the app was not accessing the all-ranging data tied to a user’s Google account and that no user data had been compromised — the app only accesses your Google User ID and email address — many players decided to uninstall the app or use an alternate dummy account to prevent any possible data breach.

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